Underage DUI: Andy Torres swerves in Audi after drinking Modelo

20-year-old Andy Torres was seen swerving in a black Audi on Highway 12 on March 24th. When officers came into contact with Torres, they observed an open can of Modelo beer. While speaking with Torres, officers noticed a strong odor of alcohol coming from him. Torres consented to sobriety tests and performed poorly. Officers informed Torres of implied consent, so he agreed to a breathalyzer which came back .102% BAC. Andy Torres was then taken into custody and charged with underage driving while impaired, open container law, and improper lane use.

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DWI: 19-year-old Montgomery Arrant has three drinks before driving

19-year-old Montgomery Arrant was involved in a traffic stop at North Riverside Drive on March 10th. Officers made contact with Arrant and noticed clear signs of intoxication. He was also driving with Emily Woodall as his passenger who ended up being arrested for disorderly conduct. Arrant admitted to drinking three alcoholic beverages in the last hour. When officers searched Arrant’s person, they found a Delta -8 vape in his pocket as well as a nicotine vape. Arrant consented to sobriety tests and performed poorly. After reading implied consent, Arrant agreed to use the breathalyzer and blew a .005%. Montgomery Arrant was taken into custody and charged with underage driving while impaired and prohibited purchases of tobacco products by minors.

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DUI: Soldier Nathan Heinzelman blows 0.144% BAC after “four shots of Ciroc”

Clarksville Police Department Officer Atwell observed an Acura traveling northbound on Fort Campbell Boulevard doing five miles an hour under the speed limit. It having trouble staying in it’s lane, veering left and right multiple times on the morning of September 17th. Officer Atwell initiated a traffic stop at Fort Campbell Blvd. and Lady Marion Road and observed the driver driving slowly towards the shoulder, although there was no traffic to yield, and ran into a concrete curb with the passenger side tires before stopping. Atwell then asked the driver, 20-year-old-soldier Nathan Heinzelman, if he had been drinking, which he denied.

He agreed to field sobriety tests and performed poorly, then was placed in custody for driving under the influence. Heinzelman was mirandized and asked again if he had been drinking and agreed to have four shots of Cîroc. Officer Atwell read the Tennessee Implied Consent to Heinzelman and agreed to perform a breath test, which resulted in 0.144% BAC. He was charged with Underage DUI.

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Maclaine Conley Butts charged with DUI after traffic stop for speeding

20-year-old Maclaine Butts was jailed on August 31st after an officer observed her going 73 mph on 101st and Peachers Mill and initiated a traffic stop. She finally pulled over on 101st and Ringgold Road, and the officer could smell alcohol coming from the vehicle as soon as she rolled her window down and asked how many drinks she had that night. Butts stated she had a Mad Dog beer hours before. The officer observed Butts to have glossy eyes and asked her to consent to field sobriety tests. She performed poorly, was taken into custody, and transported to booking.

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Tatiana Bacon, 18, drank four Twisted Teas before “driving from party to party”

18-year-old Tatiana Bacon was traveling behind a sheriff’s deputy just before 2 a.m. on June 10 when it became apparent she was accelerating at a high rate of speed and then following too closely. Another officer conducted a traffic stop on Bacon, who was driving the vehicle. She told police she was “going from one party to another” and had consumed “four Twisted Teas” prior to driving. She reeked of alcohol and had trouble standing, according to officers.

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Underage DWI: Jennifer Forsythe charged after 2 a.m. crash on Riverside Drive

Clarksville Police noticed two vehicles had pulled into the smoke shop on Riverside Drive just after 2 a.m. Saturday, and stopped to check on them, as bother vehicles had their flashers active. It was immediately clear the two vehicles had been involved in a crash. One of the drivers, 20-year-old Jennifer Forsythe, reeked of alcohol and was visibly intoxicated. She admitted to consuming “a few drinks” before driving, and performed poorly on field sobriety tests.

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James Potter charged with underage DWI after rolling his friend’s car #Prom

18-year-old James Potter was charged with underage driving while impaired Saturday night after he was driving his friend’s car, and it rolled over and crashed into a guardrail while he was picking his friend, Austin Beck, up from prom. Potter told police he lost control due to a “mechanical problem,” however Officer Nolan with CPD says Potter reeked of alcohol. He performed poorly on field sobriety tests and was taken into custody. After a stop for a blood draw at Tennova, he was transported to the Montgomery County Jail.

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